Manchester City’s Nigerian central defender Tosin Adarabioyo has invested in a house valued at £2.25million (approximately N1.1 billion).
According to the Sun, the 20-year-old who has never started in a Premier League game has splurged on a £2.25million mansion.
With the central defender earning around £25,000 a week at The Citizens, the property equates to 20 months of his wages.
The six-bed, five-bathroom house is located at Knutsford, Cheshire and boasts a home cinema, gym and sweeping views overlooking a golf course.
Born in Manchester, Adarabioyo joined City at the age of five, rising through the ranks before making his first-team debut in an FA Cup match against Chelsea February 2016.
To date, he has made seven first-team appearances for Manchester City and helped the club qualify for the semifinal of the League Cup last month.
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